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The Lumineers ‘Cleopatra’ glints in the distant wake of first album

I’m an unabashed fan of The Lumineers. I came upon their namesake first album at the height of its popularity, and listened the hell out of the sing-song “Ho Hey.” I only later … Read More...

Honesty, working for others defines Brandeis spirit

The first time I visited Brandeis, I came away with the sense that I couldn’t possibly end up coming here.

The architecture was ugly. 1960s era architecture mixed with early 2000… Read More...

Introduction to the board of trustees

The Brandeis University Board of Trustees is, according to the university’s website, “comprised of up to 50 elected members” and is the “final authority on all aspects o… Read More...

In the Senate: Apr. 3

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Working behind the scenes, Brandeis techies integral to theater

“Techies” is an ubiquitous term in theater that many use to describe the team of people who run shows behind the scenes. These individuals lend to the performance and actors ma… Read More...

Ex-lobbyist Jack Abramoff discusses Brandeis, career and government scandal

Jack Abramoff ’81 is no stranger to controversy, having worked as one of the biggest lobbyists in Washington, D.C. for years before being brought down in a wide-ranging corrupt… Read More...

In the Senate: March 20

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In the Senate: 3/18/16

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Guy Raz ’96 reflects on career, Brandeis and NPR

Guy Raz—does that name sound familiar? If one listens to NPR, he can be recognized as the host and editorial director of TED Radio Hour. The TED Radio Hour is a program based on the uRead More...

Herbstritt ’17 and Nuñez ’18 run for Student Union President

Student Union elections for next year will be held next Thursday, and  undergraduates will elect a new president, vice president, secretary and treasurer of the Union, as we… Read More...

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